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Mum, New IRN-BRU Advert 2013 - YouTube

haha class TAGS IGNORE activism, advertising, alcohol, alternative-news, ancient-history, animals, animation, anime, architecture, arts, astronomy, atheist, ...
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Antonia Ertman's comment, April 13, 2014 11:19 AM
4.) This video in England deemed family suitable for family viewing by the Advertising and Standards Authority (ASA). In the US this video would never be allowed to be aired on television. The plot of the commercial is a good idea for a country this would be allowed in.
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Mcdonald's French Fries: "French Fries" Print Ad by Leo Burnett/arc Worldwide

Mcdonald's French Fries: "French Fries" Print Ad  by Leo Burnett/arc Worldwide | Aspect 1-Marketing | Scoop.it
The Print Ad titled French Fries was done by Leo Burnett/arc Worldwide advertising agency for product: Mcdonald's French Fries (brand: McDonald's) . It was released in the Apr 2009.
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Antonia Ertman's comment, February 13, 2014 2:09 PM
http://www.coloribus.com/adsarchive/prints/mcdonalds-french-fries-french-fries-13225055/
Antonia Ertman's comment, February 13, 2014 2:11 PM
8.) In comparison with the commercial ad. The ad shows how the french fry starts, after, and then immediately after you get your fries.
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11 different types of TV commercials - Tv Commercial World

11 different types of TV commercials - Tv Commercial World | Aspect 1-Marketing | Scoop.it
1. Testimonial advertising This type of TV ad is basically an expert or customer making a testimony on how amazing and incredible your products are and why they never ever would buy from someone else ...
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Antonia Ertman's comment, February 12, 2014 2:15 PM
6.) There are 11 different types of TV commercials: testimonial, an expert or customer saying how good your product is; stream, for main stream and normal people; celebrity piggy back, using a celebrity that is in the lime light; patented or unique, something only your product has or does; informative, infomercial; hate, factual message; associations, experience or things that people associate with the product; sitcom series, use the same celebrities and it basically makes a sitcom; appeal to vanity, saying it exclusive and its expensive; parody or comedy, something people will remember; and sex, something that gets the heart beating.
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Irn Bru Advert - Mum Push Up Bra (Share this Video) - YouTube

Want to Try Irn-Bru to see what it tastes like? http://amzn.to/190ZJDf IRN BRU New Baby Ad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Agz2qS_dkxw IRN-BRU gives its soci...
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Antonia Ertman's comment, February 12, 2014 2:01 PM
4.) This video in England deemed family suitable for family viewing by the Advertising and Standards Authority (ASA).
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Antonia Ertman's comment, February 12, 2014 2:02 PM
2.) In Oklahoma City, a 30-second commercial on a major network costs &307 each. The same commercial on a cable channel costs $108. To buy on a spot of a cable network show on a national basis cost $9,125 to $60,000.
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EBSCOhost | 5005218 | Consumer Response to Television Commercials: The Impact of Involvement and Background Music on Brand Attitude Formation.

EBSCOhost | 5005218 | Consumer Response to Television Commercials: The Impact of Involvement and Background Music on Brand Attitude Formation. | Aspect 1-Marketing | Scoop.it
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Antonia Ertman's comment, February 16, 2014 11:23 AM
9.) Research has been done to examine the "effect of level of involvement" on the reactions of the consumer. High involvement can be separated into two different types: cognitive and affective. By using involvement level and types, the involvement can effect brand attitudes.
Antonia Ertman's comment, February 16, 2014 11:26 AM
10.) Music is used as a "peripheral persuasion cue". Music was distracting for those in cognitive involvement and it was not clear for affective involvement.
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The Wind - McDonald's French Fries | I'm Lovin' It | McDonald's - YouTube

SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/XSyXBU A story that follows the epic journey of the aroma of McDonald's Fries. From a Ferry in New York harbor, across the Atlantic ...
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Antonia Ertman's comment, February 13, 2014 2:09 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZL4ktE8tRl8
Antonia Ertman's comment, February 13, 2014 2:13 PM
7.) I'm going to compare this french fry ad with a print french fry ad. The commercial shows two people eating fries on a bridge and then the smell traveling all the way across the sea.
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Coke 2012 Commercial: "Catch" starring NE_Bear - YouTube

This game day spot will change depending on the circumstances. If the 2nd quarter is particularly stressful, then NE_Bear will relieve some tension when his ...
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Antonia Ertman's comment, February 12, 2014 2:05 PM
5.) In the United States this video is the perfect family video because it has nothing risque. It also has adorable polar bears that children would love.
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File:Superbowl 30sec 2011 adjusted.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

File:Superbowl 30sec 2011 adjusted.png

800 × 544 pixels. 320 × 218 pixels | 640 × 436 pixels | 1,024 × 697 pixels | 1,409 × 959 pixels.

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Antonia Ertman's comment, February 12, 2014 2:01 PM
3.) In 1967 Super Bowl commercials were priced around 300,00. In 2012 prices were upward of 3,000,000. According the the gross price USD prices should and will continue increasing.
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Fast Food Marketing-Television

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Antonia Ertman's comment, February 12, 2014 2:02 PM
1.) Preschoolers see an average of 2.8 fast food commercials a day, children see 3.2, and teens see 4.8, as of 2012. In 2012, teens saw six percent more fast food commercials than in 2011. Fast food businesses advertise most on children networks.